The Henschel Hs 129 was a dedicated ground attack aircraft used by Germany during World War 2.
Specification (Henschel Hs 129B-1/R2)Edit
- Country of Origin: Nazi Germany
- Manufacturer: Henschel - Germany
- Initial Year of Service: 1942
- Production: 865
- Crew: 1
- Length: 31.99ft (9.75m)
- Width: 46.59ft (14.20m)
- Height: 10.66ft (3.25m)
- Weight (Empty): 8,400lbs (3,810kg)
- Weight (MTOW): 11,266lbs (5,110kg)
- Powerplant: 2 x Gnome-Rhone 14M-4/5 14-cylinder radial engines generating 700 horsepower each.
- Maximum Speed: 253mph (407kmh; 220kts)
- Maximum Range: 429miles (690km)
- Service Ceiling: 29,528ft (9,000m; 5.6miles)
- Rate-of-Climb: 1,595 feet per minute (486m/min)
- Hardpoints: 8
- Armament Suite: (Standard) 2 x 20mm MG 151/20 cannons and 2 x 13mm MG 131 machine guns (Optional) Up to 900lbs of external ordnance OR 1 x 30mm MK 191 gun pod.
- Operators: Hungary; Nazi Germany; Romania